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By Brendan PiersonNEW YORK, Nov 6 (Reuters) - More than two years after U.S. prosecutors unveiled a sweeping corruption case that rocked FIFA, soccer's world governing body, three former officials linked to the organization are due to face trial on graft charges on Monday in a New York court.Selection of jurors is FIFA Coins scheduled to begin before U.

S. District Judge Pamela Chen in Brooklyn. On trial Manuel Burga, former president of Peru's soccer federation; José Maria Marin, the former president of Brazil's soccer federation; and Juan Ángel Napout, formerly president of the South American soccer governing body CONMEBOL and of Paraguay's soccer federation.U.S. prosecutors have accused the three of taking bribes and kickbacks in connection with the sale of media and marketing rights to Copa America and Copa Libertadores tournaments, international competitions organized by CONMEBOL.

The trial is part of a sweeping criminal probe in which U.S. prosecutors have charged 42 people and entities. Prosecutors have described a widespread culture of corruption around the awarding of media and marketing rights to soccer games throughout the world. Burga, Marin and Napout are the first of the people charged to go Buy FUT Coins to trial.

Twenty-four people have pleaded guilty, most of them since the probe was announced in May 2015, though the first pleas came in 2013. The charges against one of those people, U.S. soccer official Charles Blazer, were voided after his death in July."After waiting two years.

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